The National Anti-Terrorism Committee reported that the murder of propagandist Vladlen Tatarsky was planned by the Ukrainian special services "with the involvement of agents from the FBK" Alexei Navalny.
The NAC also noted that the main suspect, Daria Trepova, is "an active supporter of Navalny's team."
According to the Telegram channel Shot, during the detention, the girl said that she was “set up” and “used”.
Earlier, the Investigative Committee reported that Trepova was detained in a rented apartment in St. Petersburg.
On April 2, in a cafe on Universitetskaya embankment in St. Petersburg, where a "creative evening" of propagandist Vladlen Tatarsky was held, an explosion occurred. The “commander” himself died. According to media reports, a girl carried the bomb to a meeting with Tatarsky, the explosive was hidden in a figurine, which she presented to Tatarsky. According to Fontanka, the cafe used to belong to Yevgeny Prigozhin, and on weekends it hosts the Cyber Z Front discussion club.
As a result of the explosion, 32 people were injured , 25 were hospitalized. The condition of six people is assessed as severe, the condition of 18 people, including a teenager, is assessed as moderate and mild. Mash reports that the coordinator of the Immortal Regiment movement in Tallinn, Sergei Chaulin, who was deported from Estonia in February of this year, was injured in the explosion.
Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine , commented on the explosion in the following way:
“Begins in RF... Spiders eat each other in a jar. The question of when domestic terrorism will become an instrument of internal political struggle was a matter of time, like a breakthrough of a ripe abscess. Irreversible processes and troubles 2.0 are waiting for the Russian Federation. As long as we watch."